Military Resources

  • Educational Support

    Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC):

    • An extensive collection of resources, training, and programming for military-connected families.  Be sure to connect with their Military Student Consultants. 

    School Quest by MCEC: 

    • SchoolQuest is a free, online tool that helps parents of military-connected children to prepare for the frequent school moves and other unique stressors of a military lifestyle that could adversely affect their academic success.

    • The website serves as a virtual hub where parents and students can find helpful information, tools, and resources centralized on a single platform.

    Military Interstate Children’s Compact Commission (MIC3):

    • The interstate agreement between all 50 states that facilitates smooth transitions across districts and states. 

    Tutor.com

    • Military members and their families can receive free 1-on-1 tutoring on any internet-connected device around the world.

    March2Success

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    • Free standardized test preparation funded by the US Army

    https://www.march2success.com/

     

    Special Education Support

    Air Force Special Education Legal Assistance

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    • Clearinghouse of resources, documents, videos, and sources of support for military families 

    Grant Programs

    Our Military Kids

    • Our Military Kids provides activity grants for children ages 3-18 to cover sports, fine and performing arts, camps, and tutoring programs during a parent’s National Guard or Reserve deployment or combat-injury recovery.

    Military Teen Resources

    Bloom:

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    • Bloom is proud to be the leading organization dedicated to elevating the authentic voices of military teens. Through content creation, advocacy, and community, we are here to empower, inspire, and connect our peers.

    General Resources

    Military One Source:

    • Your 24/7 gateway to trusted information, resources and confidential help. When MilLife happens, it’s your “first line of support” — giving service members and military families tools to stay well and thrive.